Inside the boxThe game comes with a very cute Shelby Squeezer (tweezers), Double spinner, four bowls and 40 bones. The inside of the box is the "beach" where Shelby has buried her bones and where you have to search.
How to play
Putting it to the testThis game instantly appealed to Ben, the packaging is child friendly and the contents don't disappoint. Shelby is very cute and definitely encouraged kids to keep playing and wait for their go so they can use her to pick up bones.
I love how this game gets kids doing maths in such a fun way that they want to keep doing again and again. Ben was having so much fun adding and subtracting bones, improving his maths skills in an easy and engaging way I was impressed.
ConclusionShelby's Snack Shack is a great game to help kids improve and develop hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, number recognition, early counting skills, early addition and subtraction. It requires 2-4 players and is great for playing at home or in the classroom. Shelby's Snack Shack is available to purchase online from Learning Resources and costs £23.94.
*Disclaimer: I was sent Shelby's Snack Shack free of charge to review but this has in no way biased my opinion. All views and opinions expressed here are my own.